Books published by Brindle and Glass

The Woman She Was

Brindle and Glass | April 26, 2018 | 376 pages
Celia CantĂș, a pediatrician in Havana, is trying to live a regular life in today's Cuba. She is engaged to her childhood friend Luis and lives with her 16-year-old niece, Liliana. Celia's life is disrupted when Luis's brother, Joe, returns from Miami flaunting his American ways. Joe's arrival and... More Info

This Godforsaken Place

Brindle and Glass | June 1, 2015 | 240 pages
The year is 1885 and Abigail Peacock is resisting what seems to be an inevitable future--a sensible career as a teacher and marriage to the earnestly attentive local storeowner. But then she buys a rifle, and everything changes. This Godforsaken Place is the absorbing tale of one tenacious... More Info

Do You Think This Is Strange?

Brindle and Glass | April 1, 2015 | 272 pages
""In order for me to tell you I have nothing to say, I have to say it, which means I have something to say."" Freddy is autistic. When he's seven years old, his mother walks him to the train station, sits him on a bench, kisses his forehead, and disappears from his life. In a few short days,... More Info

In the Flesh

Brindle and Glass | April 3, 2012 | 231 pages
Living is a process of continuous transformation: we have been embryos, children, adolescents, thin, fat, sick, better again. And as humans, we are always at odds with at least one part of our bodies. Have we inherited the family nose? Is there nothing to be done for our finicky stomach or our limp... More Info

One Chrysanthemum

Brindle and Glass | August 20, 2006 | 384 pages
In One Chrysanthemum, it is 1964 and Misako Imai is a young Tokyo housewife with a secret. When she was a child living in her grandfatherĂ­s dark, wartime Buddhist temple in the northern prefecture of Niigata, she became aware of a special sensitivity that allowed her to see visions of things that... More Info

The Tinsmith

Brindle and Glass | March 1, 2012 |
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